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Senate | July 30, 2014 | Chamber | Senate Morning Session

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him him started on to close the doors and gutters, seats, members and guests in the gallery will please solace all electronic devices leading the Senate that he and prayers. Reverend Peter Milner Senate chaplain, all Senate guess we stay Change speaker: God our father and Doctor noble calling to govern help us honor and obey him pray for all in positions of authority, even and especially when we don't agree blessings, men and women with careers do their jobs,but also keep them from inflated senses of their selves. for none of them can raise the dead. sometimes we think we can cleanse creation of sands pollution, but I'm thankful today that we can't do that. Jesus, but only you can guide us then to love our neighbor and to promote adjusting good society of us to use wisely the blessings you given us in this world.yes, this is your name Jesus. Change speaker: so, fate is recognized for most Change speaker: success at July twenty ninth two thousand fourteen is then examined. sound correct. on the other side of the Spencer of internal medicine is written that objection. Change speaker:the Journal, July twenty nine two thousand four a is approved as written numbers leaves of absence are granted today for Senators Curtis and Newton Change speaker: numbers saw were fortunate today to have partners of the day young nurses and Roberts from Greensboro to the back of thank you nurse Roberts for being with us. the Change speaker: run to build working we Change speaker: will bill you will love on Bill who ratified by the government to build three seventy six, and that would allow Montgomery County employees and dependents of employees dissipate in the state health plan for teachers and state employees, seven oh seven seven three and I implement one recommendations of the central status commission to study the slayer statute due to the need to account for property held in joint tenancy, and I like shares clarify the provision for filing a certified copy of the probate of wills and other counties where descendents of real property and to delete the statutory form said that Doug Ledbetter 's claim and exemptions under GS one C– sixteen oh one, because administrative office of thecourts already has widely used for that purpose, as recommended by the Dallas statute mission and to the recommendation of the North Carolina Bar Association fire fighter requirements for the families substitution of a personal representative place of the descendent and action pending at the sender 's death to clarify that the common-law rule against accumulations is not applied to trust in this state and to make other changes to the law. house Bill two forty eight. an act to amend the selection criteria for adjutant general of the North Carolina National Guard as an assistant editor fills the North Carolina National Guard and to allow for additional uses of family assistance center funds for surviving family members of deceased National Guard service members Change speaker: the message is from a housework root Change speaker: permissions. there is a woman that an estimation of the Senate and farming that this Honorable Manet that the House of Representatives failed to concur in House Bill eleven eighty one Senate committee substitute number two six vision building and silent active modernizers, they realize North Carolina's Medicaid program through full risks have happen. health plans, managed by new Department of medical benefits respectfully than eight weeks rental clerk Change speaker: were about the calendars early this is when you take your old we attempted down public bills third reading Change speaker:House Bill eleven thirty for important route eleven thirty three: I was thinking of the corrections

is recognized. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Thank you Mister President and members of the Senate. Unfortunately I didn’t get this up to the ?? previously I have an amendment sort of an ?? amendment to 1133 that I’d like sent forward. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Send forward your amendment. The clerk will read. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Senator Hartsell moves to amend the bill. Senator Hartsell is recognized to explain the amendment. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Thank you Mister President and members of the Senate. What we have done in this omnibus amendment which hopefully will be on your on the dashboard, in my old age, I apologize, I keep forgetting terms, especially their new terms, but ?? before we have tried to clear up several of the issues raised here in rules or on the floor yesterday. This is a single omnibus amendment, which does the following; it addresses the issue of vapor products in jails in a fashion that I think will assist and is consistent with what we’ve tried to arise. We deleted two sections that were actually adopted yesterday in Senate Bill 773. We have modified a date on a report for the state Board of Education, we have adopted language that is consensus language with the between the estate personnel office and the state employees and I believe that’s it. I would commend it to you. Hope you have an opportunity, I don’t know of any objection to any of this. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Further discussion or debate on amendment one? [SPEAKER CHANGES] Mister President? [SPEAKER CHANGES] Senator Jenkins, what purpose do you rise? [SPEAKER CHANGES] To ask Senator Hartsell a question. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Senator Hartsell do you yield? [SPEAKER CHANGES] I do. [SPEAKER CHANGES] He yields. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Senator Hartsell first sort as a side note, if you have any questions about technical terms you could check with your friend Senator Bingham. He would be up-to-date on all of those. The parts of the bill we to out yesterday that dealt with the department of commerce, what are we doing those? [SPEAKER CHANGES] That’s not in this amendment; there will be a second amendment it is being prepared to address that. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Further discussion or debate on amendment one? [SPEAKER CHANGES] Mister President? Senator Robinson what purpose do you rise? [SPEAKER CHANGES] To ask the bill sponsor a question, [SPEAKER CHANGES] Senator Hartsell do you yield? [SPEAKER CHANGES] Sure. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Sure. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Yield. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Senator Hartsell, thank you, in the reference yesterday the section was 57, page 53 that exempts article 3 and 3C of chapter 143, which has to do with contracting the states provisions for contracting with minority women in business enterprises that percentage, so that’s not in your amendment? Can you speak to that? [SPEAKER CHANGES] That is one of the amendments that were waiting, drafting; I'm waiting to get that second omnibus amendment dealing with that. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Okay. Thank you. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Mister President? [SPEAKER CHANGES] Senator McKissick hold on just a moment. Let the record reflect that Senator Newton is in the chamber. Senator McKissick, for what purpose do you rise? [SPEAKER CHANGES] To ask Senator Hartsell a question. [SPEAKER CHANGES] He yields? [SPEAKER CHANGES] I do. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Senator Hartsell I was at a meeting here on the dashboard the information here dealing with state employees. Can you explain exactly what we are doing in this particular provision here that is different from what it was previously, interested in a career status, what this language purports to accomplish? [SPEAKER CHANGES] Mister President if I might, it’s a little unusual, I would like to defer to my good friend Senator Tucker, to answer that. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Senator Tucker, sir would you yield to respond to a question from Senator McKissick? [SPEAKER CHANGES] Yes sir if I can. [SPEAKER CHANGES] He yields, Senator McKissick could you restate your question? [SPEAKER CHANGES] Yes I was just questioning what these provisions purport to accomplish as release that

...status of state employees. It looks as if this changing some terms and conditions relating to their status as employees and it’s addressed in sections 55.3 as well as the preceding sections here if I were to thumb down on my dash, going down further to section 55.3 and that entire section, particularly subsection 3. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Mr. President. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Answer, Senator McKissick. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Senator McKissick, in this, both SEANC and HR have looked at this. They feel that an employee has two years, but less than ten year of ?? to service and moves to an exempt position will be covered by the subsection that still protects them as a state employee under the state personnel act. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Follow up. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Follow up. [SPEAKER CHANGES] He yields. [SPEAKER CHANGES] In terms of...first you said, SEANC has approved this, is that correct? [SPEAKER CHANGES] That’s correct. We sent it over, the House Committee, according to their rules, had to hear it again. At that time, Senate raised issues. HR and SEANC got together, their attorney, Mr. Harris, they went back and forth. They cleared the language to make sure that there was, I guess from your perspective, no reduction of protection for the state employees. They have come to agreement on that and everybody's fine and there’s no opposition to this section. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Thank you, Senator Tucker. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Further discussion or debate on amendment one. Hearing none, the question before the Senate is the passage amendment one to House Bill 1133, All in favor vote aye, all opposed vote no. Five seconds will be allowed for the voting. The clerk will record the vote. Newton, aye. 48 having voted in the affirmative and 1 in the negative. Senator Woodard. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Let’s change my vote to yes, Mr. President. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Woodard, aye. 49 having voted in the affirmative and none in the negative, amendment one passes and the bill is back before you. Is there any further discussion or debate on House Bill 1133. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Senator Brock, for what purpose do you rise? [SPEAKER CHANGES] To send forth an amendment. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Send forward your amendment. The clerk will read. . [SPEAKER CHANGES] Senator Brock moves to amend the bill. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Senator Brock is recognized to explain the amendment. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Thank you, Mr. President. Members of the Senate, this would make a change in the reporting requirement for a schedule 5 drug, which is a non-opiate, non-narcotic controlled substance. What this will do is allow a physician to give us seven day sample to a patient to see how it will work before it’s actually reported. That would save the...before we start getting into the heavier dosage or more addictive medicines, this one is a better medicine, not as addictive and they can try that out at first to give a seven day before you take the drug and have a heavier drug that’s out there used by the patient. I urge your support for it. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Further discussion or debate on amendment two. Hearing none, the question before the Senate is the passage amendment two to House Bill 1133. All in favor vote aye, all opposed vote no. Five seconds will be allowed for the voting. The clerk will record the vote. Newton, aye. 49 having voted in the affirmative and none in the negative, amendment two passes and the bill is back before you. Is there any further discussion or debate? Senator Hartsell, for what purpose do you rise? [SPEAKER CHANGES] To send forward a third amendment. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Send forward your amendment. The clerk will read. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Senator Hartsell moves to amend the bill. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Senator Hartsell’s recognized to explain amendment three. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Thank you, Mr. President. Members of the Senate, I’d like to say, and I do believe, that this amendment clarifies the issues relating to the peak 3 contract and the public records section. After consultation with several parties who raised the questions. If you will note, on back page...or the second page, line...

him, hence the words between the foreman and economic development partnership, North Carolina makes specific reference to specific contract, it was contemplated and to answer your concerns and questions and Robinson. it means that this only applies to that particular contract, which was already ongoing. no more no less goals that contract is is for a different Vietnam itself. otherwise there is no suspension of any other form of this, just like that just contract to say that between the state and the private entity is going to be operating beyond its Cuzco, I cannot agree with that particular of the first section restores provisions relating to the availability of public records by addressing the concern that Senator Stein, Roy's about whether or not a notice had gone back to an individual locality relating to a particular issue or whether or not a home in Santa Rosa document had been that the locality had been notified. what this again indicates is that it get striggered, if if the locality, also known as understands the funds out a newspaper reporter. otherwise, and they can release information proposal. otherwise, I think that takes care of the questions that I know you were raised in a commend in Change speaker: earlier discussion or debate or amendment three to Robinson. Change speaker:what purpose do Ron Stack said bill sponsor question so heartily yield to Change speaker:you as so much so that's out at an attorney atangling between all the last language at the him what you tell me what the parameters of that specific entity. you're saying that it doesn't apply is just losing to that entity in terms of those state provisions looking intently one of the parameters was the financially on pad, you know what, what does that particular one do Change speaker: this as you may recall, we restructured certain aspects of economic development of the department in the department covers reflected going to a some aspects of this activity going to a private entity. it is borne by the state, otherwise they will do so this this is economic development Corporation when I can. this isn't, we will reset the parameters what they may or would not do inspection otherwise. that's the site is otherwise sent out all this does is to say that in the twenty department still has to enter into a contract with the entity that is with the economic develop partnership is the only contracted his reference in any of the other have to say, given the parameters they will enter into it. we voice at what are generally very inspection, so the provision that is added here exempts that particular contract from these other contracting provisions because otherwise this doesn't apply is not one that you would be to otherwise is just a specified contract to do a specified thing between two specified entities to Change speaker: follow illicit whiskey. after you feel whenever Change speaker:you're educating a young lawyer him them burn in, and we dealt with this in economic development entity 's board of governors of this whole pieces had a history and the general family, so I doesn't know that this particular entity will not be contracts if it does, it has now been hitting the power to power in terms of getting out contracts. Change speaker:we have to go back to the human eye as a private, nonprofit organization relating to what he does that which is economic development and the Robinson and Change speaker:I love you okay just that relate to the question whether anything to be able to

Next up as a layperson that we had a 5T2 big contracts and look that alleviates two lovely SMP two which gets back to the C partition of making sure percent H goals two went back and looks at those anti-trust-fund this is a different dimension to its employee 8:00 PM pages and economic development concern to within certain parameters own behalf of the state that is not the stuff is just like home plate north along railroad which the public and two operations for boys before the next and what were we talking about here is the contract 24 when an end to the parameters of which released the whole parade in Oregon and general address the statue of that process-44 cups to say that the structure that any questions can be an upset of senate should understand you correctly and Canada two that they get some of us are having year I understand that the Berlin is hoping for a buck in the day as a public money to throw out the accounting process your aides said they could not get 225-2992 to the ballot by the existing state Atty. (SPEAKER CHANGES) contacted ms the particular contract is that not correct, seven, were simply exempting this and that this contract from those provisions the contract could, and we had nothing else changed issues that the $2.00 contract because that the two-day siege, contract that can be entered into the 20 department in the end , specimen deals this is just beyond that the Asian business, footwear 53 left to follow state contract and optimize us from the book that because of the impact of this convention center, a longtime associates began to two itself this particular provision that address that in any fashion that some of this poorly this is the circumstances under which that contract they invented with finance at me and said we're going to do this with the saying that they need a good contract if you that you can't put two , as gives you a better serve the same parameters that anybody would have in nature of the current contract form such as customer has to come in and get a full of Texas, (SPEAKER CHANGES) said that this is a set of that issue this was a demonstration and how to choose in public commerce has become a process that we have a state lawsuit that the tapes that state government of the business of statuses and-run businesses to the state that makes good sense to diversify that the process now discussion that so that they had a map to show a sense that I had a good-this project, further discussion about a minute for a summit as a corporate fear of defensive medicine question financial deal sent via a two-headed condition of this particular amendment and the senate vote, Corel public records exceptions and specify an impatient and command-and-and-25 incensed analysts' average of the government, and put them into senate, actors, from genesis system and business with 53 and we're establishing handguns some good stuff-those documents or that the name of that from inspection examination and copying them for the frustrated, but that this function that that would create which is actually prevent the goes-establishing itself transactions that any of the mother from actually received ??...........

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Howard Bryan, years ago. I think only Senator Alran would remember Howard Bryan, who found more typos than anybody that I’ve ever run across. But it should be the word is. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Thank you. [SPEAKER CHANGES] And if I might, Mr. President. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Senator Hartsell’s going to offer a technical amendment to the technical amendments bill. [SPEAKER CHANGES] A technical amendment to the technical amendment to the technical amendment. And might be able to initial that, but you’re right. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Senator Hartsell, my understanding is that the clerk is awaiting your initialing and changing. [SPEAKER CHANGES] If I might. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Pending that, is there further discussion or debate on amendment 3? Hearing none, the question before the Senate is the passage of amendment 3 to House Bill 1133. All in favor will vote aye. All opposed will vote no. Five seconds will be allowed for the voting. Clerk will record the vote. Davis, aye. 42 having voted in the affirmative and 7 in the negative, amendment 3 passes and the bill is back before you. Is there further discussion or debate on House Bill 1133? Senator Newton, for what purpose do you rise? [SPEAKER CHANGES] Send forth an amendment. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Send forward your amendment. The clerk will read. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Senator Newton moves to amend the bill. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Senator Newton’s recognized to explain the amendment. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Thank you, Mr. President. Colleagues. This is an amendment to the, I believe it’s section 23.5A, should be up on your dashboards. Simply put, there’s been a problem with the reporting requirements that we as a legislature passed in the last session on instant background checks for purchases of firearms. There’s been a problem since we instituted that provision, where we strengthened it. The clerk’s office and the AOC have been unable to effectively carry out our mandate, which began July 1, 2014. The bill as it originally, as it’s written right now, would simply repeal that provision, and I do not agree with that. I do not think repeal is the appropriate way to go. I think if we repeal it, AOC will never put in place what we need, the interface that needs to be done to have these reports made so that we can all be confident as legislators and all of our citizens can be confident that the background checks are reliable. So I propose this amendment, which simply put, will delay the implementation of this mandate to January 1, 2015, and makes it, gives time for AOC to report to us about what it is they can actually do and requires the clerk’s office to do everything that they can do as far as reporting. I’m happy to answer any questions, but I want to make it clear and plain to you that if we, in my opinion if we do not change this provision, what we’re doing is voting to repeal the strengthening of our background check system and if you vote for the amendment, you are allowing time to get it right. Happy to answer your questions. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Further discussion or further debate on amendment 4. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Mr. President. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Senator Stein, for what purpose do you rise? [SPEAKER CHANGES] Senator Newton, do you yield? [SPEAKER CHANGES] Yes. [SPEAKER CHANGES] He yields. [SPEAKER CHANGES] I’m completely in agreement with what you’re trying to get done here. My only question has to do with the calendar. We put this requirement on them, that may not be practicable from the clerks’ perspective. But you’re trying to create an incentive for them to come up with an answer and for them to report back to us. But by having it take effect on January 1, 2015, it means that it will take effect January 1, 2015 and we as a legislative body won’t have had an opportunity to come up with a fix if a fix is derived through their reporting to us. So what I wanted to see was whether you’d be willing to move it to July 1, 2015 because that gives us at least a couple months of legislative session to fix it. Otherwise the clerks have an obligation that they may simply be unable to meet, as a matter of practice and law. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Thank you, Senator Stein. We’ve talked about that. I personally and I think Senator Randleman and others are not in agreement to do that and I want to explain why. Because

Reasonable view that you hold. The problem is is that we passed this legislation a year ago. And AOC and I'm, I'm gonna call them out in my opinion has totally flopped and failed to do anything about really solving and coming up with a fix. And so I, I personally, and I think others agree, that if we kick the can that far down the road, what they wanted was a repeal so they would never have to it. That's what I think happened is that they were behind the language to repeal it outright. So I'm not willing to give them that much time. They've already had a year, and what this amendment requires is that they report to the JPS oversight committee on October 1 of this year. What it is that they propose to do and what can be done. And then following that is when the January 1 requirement would come into place. We, we ease, and I'm sorry, but I had to pull out my reading glasses here, we do ease the requirement to say what can practically be transmitted is if you, if you read on line eight I believe it is of the amendment, and that is an easing of the burden on the clerk, so that, because we want, as of, as soon as possible them to be sending everything they can send and everything that ?? we'll take, and there may be one or two areas that we previously said they have to do it that they practically can't do it, and we want to send everything they can. And I'm afraid that if we go to fifteen, they'll figure out how to never get around to it. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Further discussion or debate on amendment four. Hearing none, the question for the Senate is the passage of amendment four to House bill 1133. All in favor will vote aye. All opposed will vote no. Five seconds will be allowed for the voting. Clerk will record the vote. Forty six having voted in the affirmative and three in the negative, amendment four passes and the bill is back before you. Is there further discussion or debate on House bill 1133? Hearing none, the question before the Senate is the passage on third reading of House bill 1133. All in favor will vote aye. All opposed will vote no. Five seconds will be allowed for the voting. Clerk will record the vote. McKissick, no. Thirty eight having voted in the affirmative and eleven in the negative, House bill 1133 has passed its third reading and will be sent to the House on the issue of concurrence in the Senate committee substitute, and the amendments will be engrossed. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Mister President. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Senator Goolsby, for what purpose do you rise? [SPEAKER CHANGES] A point of personal privilege out of order? [SPEAKER CHANGES] You have the floor. [SPEAKER CHANGES] I would like to send up a senatorial statement please. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Send forward your statement. Senator Goolsby is recognized. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Thank you mister President. This senatorial statement honors the recent passing of Franklin Irvin Williams senior. He is a man in my local community, has lived in Wilmington since about 1958. He served in this body when he was appointed back on July 14, I'm sorry, June the fourth of 1985 by Governor James Martin to fill a vacancy. Senator Williams received his doctorate in pharmacy from the University of Georgia in 1958. He was born originally in Duplin County, but after he got his doctorate in pharmacy he came to Wilmington, established William's Pharmacy, and then later became a pharmacy consultant. He was a member of numerous boards and commissions in Wilmington throughout the years. You would see him at just about every single Republican function along with his lovely wife Marilyn who survived him. He was a member of the United States Army National Guard. He served from 1949 to 1961, was called back to, back to active duty during the Korean War from 1951 to 1953, and during that time he was promoted to the rank of Master Sergeant. He was a faithful member of the Winter Park Presbyterian Church. He served there as a deacon and taught Sunday School over the years. Like I told you, he passed on July the 14th. He was honored yesterday in Wilmington as I understand it with a memorial service. I could not attend because I was up here on these duties. He passed away at the age of 82 years old. Like I said, my

as he served in the Senate was wrong. we sure appreciate all his work with the party. he says that the Republicans were in the minority is not the days that that we have now before us. we worked hard for our party of one of those years and helped us in the majority that women now and we cannot his National Guard recognized. he deserves to be honored for his dedicated service to his community estate this nation. thank you, Mister President, I considered in the motion of Change speaker: Senator Goolsby of the New Hanover County. here's happy to extend courtesies to what John Schwartz on Schwartz is the nephew of Senator Franklin urban Williams was towards your they are technically spam him Change speaker: as Bill eleven thirty report root of sort three sixty six hospital Change speaker: executives say to form act of twenty fourteen, there Change speaker: was this zone for third reading of the conference report as of further discussion or debate on third reading on the motion to adopt conference report. house Bill three sixty six hearing on questions that is a passage of conference report dog motion on third reading to all all integral vote. I'll close, but no five seconds eleven bug report, record, but did not forty eight. having voted in the affirmative and non- in the negative thought the conference report is adopted in the house. Lisa notified Change speaker: Senate Bill one sixty three four three one sixty three. retrain water and source water Change speaker: center parcel to explain the motion. Change speaker: this chairman present I would ask that I can have a second session, value, we could do for action on this until that session. if that is present throughout our corporate erosion such most outlets that Senate Bill one sixty three, four on the supplemental calendar becoming out later this afternoon that objections the water is present. Wrap up would procure Ross and forth may report out more than forward to report or great Change speaker: show down of Doctor Rubin operations committee submits the passage. house Bill eight eighty four may set their number one on Pharaoh after a substitute bill number one, but fable adjectives information to bill title and act provide for dropout prevention and recovery pilot program with the charter school Change speaker: appropriation this doesn't surround off what Birch Drive. we reviewed the lady before that Change speaker: was just ready and there is no appropriation on its visibly remove the appropriation and put it on the calendar for this afternoon Jackson, t Change speaker: he Lord is also red House Bill seven sixty one regulatory Reform Act two thousand fourteen also visited him twice on this afternoon. supplemental calendar objection, but will Change speaker: soon wrap up docket, it appears, seven sixty one is not accident reported in yet it should be reported in during our recess

Notices and announcements. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Mr. President. [SPEAKER CHANGES] For what purpose do you rise? [SPEAKER CHANGES] The Democrats will caucus at 3PM. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Other notices or announcements. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Mr. President. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Senator McKissick, for what purpose do you rise? [SPEAKER CHANGES] Yes, to have the clerk reflect my vote on HB 1133 as an aye. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Senator McKissick, 1133, from no to aye. Is that correct? 39 in the affirmative, and 10 in the negative on that bill. Further notices or announcements. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Mr. President. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Senator Alran, for what purpose do you rise? [SPEAKER CHANGES] Just a reminder notice. [SPEAKER CHANGES] You have the floor. [SPEAKER CHANGES] I’d just like to remind everybody that bbq and chicken in 1124 at 12:15. Everybody’s welcome. Thanks. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Further notices or announcements. Is there further business to come before the Senate at this time? [SPEAKER CHANGES] Senator Apodaca, for what purpose do you rise? [SPEAKER CHANGES] Motion, whenever you’re ready. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Senator Apodaca is recognized. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Thank you, Mr. President. I move that the Senate do now recess, subject to messages from the House and the Governor, referral and re-referral of bills and resolutions, receipt and re-referral of committee reports, the receipt of conference reports, the ratification of bills, and the appointment of conferees and any UFO sightings, to reconvene on July 30 at 4:00. [SPEAKER CHANGES] The motion is that the Senate do now recess, subject to the stipulations stated by Senator Apodaca, to reconvene at 4:00 today. All in favor say aye. All opposed no. The ayes have it and the Senate stands in recess.